|Rustbelt Radio for April 14, 2008 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On this week's show... * Updates on the Court of Appeals Ruling for Mumia Abu-Jamal * Radio reporters assassinated in Oaxaca, Mexico * a report on the Longest Walk Two, a five month journey to raise awareness of Native American and environmental issues * National Labor Committee director Charlie Kernaghan speaks at Carlow University about sweatshop labor and workers' rights * and more in our local and global headlines
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Pittsburgh; Mumia Abu-Jamal; Oaxaca; Mexico; sweatshops; National Labor Committee; El Salvador; Native Americans
|Rustbelt Radio for November 6, 2006 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On today's show... * Hill District Residents continue to mobilize against a casino in their neighborhood * Taking back the land: homeless Miami residents build a shantytown * We'll hear voices from the International Day of Action Against Climate Change and key predictions on climate from new scientific studies. * Persecution of gays in Iraq has led to several murders * updates on the situation in Oaxaca and more local and global news
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Casinos; Hill District; Pittsburgh; Miami; homeless; climate change; global warming; Oaxaca; schools
|The Best of Rustbelt Radio Fall 2006 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
Welcome to the Best of Rustbelt Radio, the Pittsburgh Independent Media Center's weekly review of news from the grassroots; news overlooked by the corporate media. This week, we will be presenting highlights of Rustbelt Radio stories from the Fall of 2006 including... * A Proposed Casino for the Hill District faces opposition * the legal struggle over Hazleton, Pennsylvania's trendsetting anti-immigrant legislation * Veterans of the war in Iraq visit Pittsburgh on the Uprise Counter Recruitment ...
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Pittsburgh; casinos; Hazelton; immigration; Iraq; veterans; affirmative action; Oaxaca; GLBTQ
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|Rustbelt Radio for December 4, 2006 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On this week's show... * Radical magazine Clamor calls it quits in the face of financial difficulties * The annual demonstration at the School of the Americas draws over 20,000 supporters * An interview with a Guyasuta fellow about how to improve transportation in our region * plus more stories on casinos, Oaxaca, and Cameroon in our local and global headlines
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Clamor; SOA; School of the Americas; protest; Guyasuta; transportation; Pittsburgh; public transportation; Oaxaca; casinos; Hill District
|Rustbelt Radio for October 30, 2006 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On this week's show... * in Oaxaca, Mexico, police and paramilitaries responded to the months-long popular uprising with armed attacks, killing several people including an indymedia videographer and a local newspaper photographer * Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai speaks at the University of Pittsburgh * locals with the Student Farmworker Alliance hold a demonstration at the McDonalds in Oakland * and more global news from Uruguay, Portugal, Ecuador, and more
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Oaxaca; Brad Will; murder; assassination; Mexico; Kenya; Wangari Maathai; McDonalds; abortion; Portugal; Emergency; Afghanistan; Ecuador; Uruguay; Pittsburgh; indymedia
|The Best of Rustbelt for Summer 2006 - September 4, 2006 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
This week we will be presenting highlights of Rustbelt Radio stories from the last few months, including: * janitors spin the Wheel of Misfortune at the SouthSide Works * in Homewood and Garfield, the Pittsburgh police are criticized for car chases that result in multiple deaths and injuries * a local nonprofit sends help to the Caribbean * as the national spotlight was on Pittsburgh for this year's All Star Game, locals put the spotlight on the city's treatment of homeless, as well as the sweat...
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Janitors; Pittsburgh; Caribbean; Global Links; All Star Game; baseball; homeless; sweatshops; lebanon; South Central farmers; immigration; Mon-Fayette expressway; Atenco; Oaxaca
|Rustbelt Radio for April 23, 2007 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On this week's show... * Independent media activists and organizers from Chiapas and Oaxaca Mexico speak about the benefits and challenges of indigenous media-making in southern Mexico * Concerned Parents, University Researchers and Community Activists challenge abstinence only education in Pittsburgh Public Schools * Falun Gong practitioners and Human Rights advocates speak out in Pittsburgh about persecution and organ harvesting by the Chinese Government * plus commentary from Mumia Abu-Jamal,...
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Chiapas; Oaxaca; indigenous; media; independent media; Pittsburgh; schools; sexual education; Falun Gong; China; human rights; organ harvesting; Mumia Abu-Jamal